Toward the side, the S63 will retain the current sedan’s overall profile with the sedan wearing the optional 20-inch 10-spoke forged wheels. At the back, the prototype’s rear end is heavily camouflaged with AMG retaining the same rounded rear bumper as the current model. In traditional AMG fashion, four large exhaust outlets are protruding out of the rear.
The regular S-Class prototype, which is finished in a very German shade of silver, isn’t wearing as much camouflage. The car is wearing a new set of headlights that have three LED lights running alongside the side of the unit. The lower part of the front fascia is covered in a paint-like camouflage that is hiding a rectangular design with two small intakes on the side and a large one directly underneath the license plate.
At the back, the regular sedan’s bumper has been taped directly above the tail pipes, suggesting a minor design change, while the vehicle’s taillights also have tape on the edge. If the prototypes are anything to go off, the S-Class sedan’s facelift will be concentrated at the front and the rear end.